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know what a great person their mom was. >> reporter: about 6,000 law enforcement officers saluted as the memorial began at noon. james durbin sang the song arms wide open at the family's request. baker's daughter standing alongside her brother adam a santa cruz police officer read a message from a father's day card she wrote as a young girl eight years ago. >> if i had to pick one word for you it would be integrity. because though it's difficult for you to sometimes stand against the norm you do. >> reporter: the positive sentiments were echoed by many people during and after the ceremony. police estimate 8,500 people attended today's memorial here inside hp pavilion. robert handa, ktvu. >>> there were many moving images from today's memorial. but perhaps none more poignant than officer baker's son joaquin wearing her police cap. >> reporter: the gray skies and light rain seem only fitting tonight. in a sign the community is moving on. the flags here at hp pavilion have been raised after an emotional goodbye. it was quite a sight to see hundreds of law enforcement lining up in fro
. >> this was a tragedy. real people, with real families, doing real work. >> the sacrifices that law enforcement make and their families make. and every time i see one of those cars go by and i see an officer it really brings that home. >> reporter: sergeant butch baker and officer elizabeth butler always remembered here in the city of santa cruz. mike mibach, channel 2 news. >>> today in santa cruz and the hp pavilion there were a lot of tears but there were funny moments too. you see here poking fun at himself and even governor brown. >> governor, has anybody ever told you sir that you bare a striking resemblance to me? butch baker was the first person to point out the resemblance to him. we have a slide show from the procession, the badges of all the departments there and a performance by james durbin. it's all on ktvu.com right there on our home page. >>> san francisco police are investigating a shooting that happened late this afternoon. they say it happened just before 4:00 at bryant and main street. according to san francisco police, a passenger in a car was shot. the driver took off looking f
% from a year and a half ago when the governor's realignment law went into effect aimed at reducing the prison population. critics of realignment say sex offenders feel bolder because of reduced penalties for violating parole under realignment. and we have posted a link to the megan's law website and search to see if any registered sex offenders are living near you. look under hot topics on the home page. >>> caltranss ant the highway patrol had chain regulations enforced on highway 50 and 80 in the sierra. the storm has dropped a foot of new snow making drivers a challenge. the driver of this pickup truck ended up in a drift a mile from the station. the driver blames a patch of black ice for sending him off the road and the only thing damaged was his pride. >>> and we are tracking the conditions today. what are you seeing, bill? >> it has tapered off since over night at the -- with the big winds and rain in the mountains. things have tapered down. let's look at rainfall. pretty impressive if you look in the coastal hills but the rest of us a tenth of an inch. the santa cruz mountai
. intended for law enforcement or the military. introduced by mayor ed lee in the wake of the deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. such ammo is rarely used in san francisco. involving such rounds was six years ago. >> because it's not used very much is not an indicator as to whether we should or should not ban it. what we need to be paying attention to is looking at all the tools we have afforded to us to preclude and prevent any types of violence whether it's of course affecting young people. >> state law already prohibits unreasonably dangerous ammunition including rounds designed to pierce body armor. in a 2007 city law bans the sale of ammunition. the suit was dismissed on the grounds the ban doesn't prevent people from buying ammo somewhere else. that case has also been appealed. violators face a misdemeanor or infraction and could face jail time or a $1,000 fine. the meeting gets underway at 2:00 this afternoon. they are expected to approve it. more at 5:00 tonight. ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> san francisco police have recovered a st
campaign finance law. in a complaint filed today, public citizen and several environmental groups said that donation is against federal campaign finance law. chevron has not commented on the complaint. >>> after the break, neighbors of oakland's mayor taking safety into their own hands. >> we hope she'll join in tomorrow if she wants. >> reporter: what they're doing and why they don't want to rely on the police. >> vacant for a decade. we will reveal the plans for this building. >> we're really excited about helping it flourish. >>> plus the perks of being a politician. details on a hawaii trip some lawmakers took but did not fully pay for. 97 ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to save 5% off every day with your lowe's consumer credit card. >>> new at 6:00, public patrols may be coming to oakland mayor gene quan's neighborhood but not because she ordered them. ktvu's paul chamber is in the news now with the security concern that has her neighbors looking into this new option. paul-- >> reporter: frank people living in the oakland hills say enough is enough with burglaries in the
it helped me in my life, it helped me with my total respect for law enforcement. >> i just feel so helpless that there is nothing to do. >> ultimately do you feel as though the viewing was beneficial for you? >> i do. i do. because we can't go to the san jose tomorrow and i'm really glad we got this opportunity. >> reporter: the viewing will continue until 8:00 p.m. tonight. coming up on the our 6:00 news, we'll hear from those involved in the memorial, including the police chief. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> tomorrow's memorial procession is set to begin at 8:45 in the morning at the 3rd street parking lot at boardwalk. it will go to ocean street and north over highway 17. from there the procession will continue north to highway 85 and then south to highway 87. it will exit at julian street in san jose and turn on autumn and take that to hp pavilion. drivers are being advised to expect rolling road closures along the procession route. >>> amtrak is offering law enforcement free travel to and from the service. the service is offered on capitol corridor trains. the san jose amtrak station is loc
bay connection over the hill. >> reporter: the chief said there will be law enforcement from all over the state and across the country in attendance. there will be a helicopter fly over and a performance by an american idol singer after a request of the fallen officer's family. the former defense secretary, california attorney general and l coming today to pay their respects. again we don't really have a number of people who are going to show up but it's estimated maybe between 12 to 15,000 people will be here. coming back out here live, you are looking at a picture. we see a police car there, not sure if that's from the santa cruz police department or san jose police department but here for the preparations, for the memorial service in a few hours here. again many people expected to show up and that's bound to tie up traffic on all the highways. for that part of the story we go to sal. >> reporter: thank you. here is a map of the procession route from santa cruz to san jose. the 200 car motorcade will leave at about 8:45 though it could be a little later. that's around the time it'll
. >> we are learning more about how the united states caught the son-in-law of bin laden. the 47-year-old plead not guilty in a manhattan court yesterday to the charge of conspiracy to kill americans. he said little beyond a few one word replies. investigators say the united states had been tracking him even before 9/11 1. officials say they believe that he had been hiding in iran and turkey. he was being deported when authorities intercepted him in jordon last week and then brought him to the united states. >>> a man has pleaded not guilty to charges of trying to blow up an oakland bank with a car bomb. the 28-year-old is charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. the bomb was a fake provided by undercover agents. his lawyer said his client has mental illness but is still competent to stand trial. he is due back in court next movement. >> the driver accused of killing a student pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and dui charges. the 28-year-old appeared in court yesterday. he is a accused of hitting and killing a teen as she crossed the road. prosecutors say she di
saw the news coverage this morning and he called police to report it stolen. law enforcement drew their guns this morning to try to coax the trio off and he appeared to be white in his 60s and had some knowledge of sailing. >> it is in a hole, turned the rutter back and forth, so he is doing all he can do but he is in a really bad spot. >> reporter: the 10-foot kill snapped in the waters and the boat has not moved for hours. right now we are taking a look at the harbor from where the boat is kept an experts tell us the boat has been used for cruises around the san francisco bay and is worth $2 million and is referred to as the treasure of the harbor. they saw it leave the slip last night and according to the owner the captain has been accounted for and he does not know the people who took the boat. this is an ongoing situation, the woman is being let up bypass i have can police and they -- pacifica -- by pacifica police and ultimately the boat will be to tow it out of here and they don't know how much it will cost to repair the keel and the owner is due to arrive and we will have
and local law enforcement level to do the work of conducting investigations and sur veil lapse, surveillance to gather the evidence we believe will be supported in a court of law to find these folks accountable. >> now officials say this marks a change when it comes to combating recent violence here in oakland and marks a better collaboration with other agencies and the police chief says expect more in the future. john sasaki will have more at 5:00 and 6:00. live ear in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2news. >> a man pleaded not guilty to chargeless resulting from the death of a girl along slope boulevard last saturday. karen brewer is charged with vehicular manslaughter and two counts related to driving under the influence. the manslaughter charge alone could bring 10 years in prison. the bail is set at $300,000 and is scheduled to return to court in san francisco on march 27 fort th, for a pretrial hearing. >>> more details on the crash that killed that person. the board of supervisors approved funding to make the boulevard safer. the city will pay $130,000 for safety im
to end this early. >>> oakland police touted the joint efforts of local and federal law enforcements in a massive crime sweep today. john sasaki is live in oakland where city leaders say these efforts must be paired with gun control laws. >> reporter: oakland police have been hitting the most violent gangs in the city hard. today they targeted one specific gang. oakland police released this survey listens video of a recent armed robbery near lake merit they say was committed by members of a relatively new gang. >> they were responsible for a numerous robberies of similar motives to this. we want the public we showed to ask them if they recognize the face of those who were victims. probably the most violent young group of people i've seen in my 25 years. >> repoer: police also released video showing a huge operation they conducted this morning in which they served 24 search warrants and busted 18 known gang members. >> we found out fairly quickly these groups were coming up with different ways every day to commit crimes around the city. >> reporter: at a news conference today, melinda
meeting on wednesday. teachers must be notified about possible layoffs by march 15th. >>> a new state law banning public school fees is causing a lot of confusion. the law prohibits schools for charging fees for classroom items and activities. schools are prohibited for requiring students to bring certain materials to class. schools and teachers are trying to raise money for field trips and school supplies. they say they're not sure exactly what the law allows. supporters of the law say it was necessary because charging fees was putting a financial burden on low income families. >>> the finishing touches are being made this evening at a project turning the bay bridge in to a 1.8-mile long massive light show. it could mean big business to the cities. >> reporter: in the daylight you may not notice the changes to the bay bridge. but look closer. those tiny dots on the cables are l.e.d. lights. on tuesday night, the lights go on for a two-year light show. ben davis conceived of the idea. now after two and a half years and $6 million in private funds raised, the artist has made it a reality.
, ktvu news. >>> osama bin laden's son-in- law is now on u.s. soil and scheduled to appear in federal court tomorrow. he was a spoking man for al- qaida and claimed responsibility for the september 11th attack. officials say he was arrested in jordan and secretly taken to new york. some republicans say he should have been brought to guantanamo bay for investigation. >>> the u.s. senate today confirmed john brennan as the next director of the central intelligence agency. 13 republicans joined with democrats and one independent to confirm brennan by a vote of 63-24 but not before the white house made several contentions. the latest was the pledge to not kill drones to kill american terrorists suspects on american soil. >>> a police pursuit leaves a trail of damage in its wake. where the vehicle being pursued finally ended up. >> she was doing what she loved and she did it with >>> there are new details tonight about the deadly lion attack that claimed the life of a 20-year-old intern at a private animal reserve. the intern at the animal sanctuary did not enter the lions cage as initiall
francisco, deborah villalon, ktvu news. >>> osama bin laden's son-in- law is now on u.s. soil and scheduled to appear in federal court tomorrow. he was a spoking man for al- qaida and claimed responsibility for the september 11th attack. officials say he was arrested in jordan and secretly taken to new york. some republicans say he should have been brought to guantanamo bay for investigation. >>> the u.s. senate today confirmed john brennan as the next director of the central intelligence agency. 13 republicans joined with democrats and one independent to confirm brennan by a vote of 63-24 but not before the white house made several contentions. the latest was the pledge to not kill drones to kill american terrorists suspects on american soil. >>> a police pursuit leaves a trail of damage in its wake. where the vehicle being pursued finally ended up. >> she was doing what she loved and she did it with joy every day. >> emotional words today in memory of an intern killed by a lion. and new information about how that attack took place. >>> there are new details tonight about the deadly lion a
after he tried to blow up that phony bomb. leneza is due back in court in april. >>> the son-in-law of osama bin laden appeared in federal circuit court. . sulaiman bu ghaith pled not guilty to try to kill americans. bu ghaith is believed to be involved more in -- >>> a man's body was found this afternoon near the golden gate bridge in san francisco. the park police were called to marshall beach shortly before 1:00 today. they said they found the body of an adult man. police tell us the man's body was fully clothed. >>> damage from a fire at a popular restaurant is estimated at $22,000. most of the damage is to the building's front porch. the owner spoke about the support she's already received from close by businesses. >> it certainly touches me deeply. i care about this neighborhood and businesses. it's just our 41st year and i -- >> reporter: waters says she hopes to have the upstairs cafe open in as little as a week. she says it is going to take longer to repair the smoke and water damage suffered by the downstairs restaurant. >>> noelle walker is live with more on how chez pani
this morning bin laden's son-in-law has plead not guilty to terrorism charges in a new york city federal court. aa prosecutor said that he has given an extensive statement to united states officials after his arrest. the court appearance happens after he was captured in jordon this week and secretly moved to new york. some republicans oppose holding the hearing in new york and say he this should be at gitmo. they say he was a spokesman for al-qaeda. >>> the south african detective who was remove from the oscar pistorius investigation said he has resigned from the police force due to personal reasons. the officer stepped down from the force yesterday. he was the first on the scene for the shooting that killed pistorius's girlfriend. he is a accused of mixing up important facts in the investigation. it also came out that he faces attempted murder charges himself for a case dating back in 2011 when he allegedly opened fire on a full taxi bus while drunk. >> a richmond police sergeant is on paid leave after being accused of taking bribes. the times reports the sergeant michael wang is a accused
of firearmless. senators say there is currently no law that defines either. >>> you can make decisions for our future for our children who are living at a hotel in the airport. >>> certain to sink, why we could be seeing more dangerous sink holes like these. >>> but first a violent collision on the caltrans. we'll show you the damage and delays after the accident. >>> wet weather headed our way. i'll pinpoint when and where the rain will start and how it will effect festivities on the bay bridge tomorrow. good. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ >>> caltrain is back on its normal schedule at this hour following an earlier accident on the peninsula. about 6:30 tonight a northbound train struck a car on the tracks at san bruno avenue. f
no law that defines either. >>> you can make decisions for our future for our children who are living at a hotel in the airport. >>> certain to sink, why we could be seeing more dangerous sink holes like these. >>> but first a violent collision on the caltrans. we'll show you the damage >>> caltrain is back on its normal schedule at this hour following an earlier accident on the peninsula. about 6:30 tonight a northbound train struck a car on the tracks at san bruno avenue. fortunately no one was in the car when it was hit and there were no reports of injuries on the train. it's not clear why the car was on the tracks, crews were able to move the car and regular train service was restored about 8:00 this evening. >>> a 17-year-old girl walking along san francisco street was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver. police have now arrested ki era n brewer. he's accused of hitting chan a junior at lowell high school as she was walking down vale avenue. chang was a member of the trackteam. she was scheduled to compete at her first track meet in a week. >>> a former high school footba
over the hill into san jose and that's where local law enforcement agencies will join the motorcade. our live coverage will begin at 11:00 a.m. at the request of the families. former "american idol" finalist james durbin will be performing one song at the service to honor the officers. we just saw that on the santa cruz police blog website. we do have a call in to the police spokesperson to ask about any more final details. if we hear from them, we'll bring it to you in another update coming up next hour. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. >>> ktvu's coverage of the memorial begins during our morning news at 4:30. it will continue at 11:00 a.m. as the funeral precision makes its way from santa cruz to san jose. the service is scheduled to begin at noon. >>> in the meantime we're learning new details about the man who shot and killed the two santa cruz police officers lost week. investigators say 35-year-old jeremy goulet was moving out of his house when the detectives arrived at his door. goulet had just lost his job at a coffee shop and was getting rid of his bel
seize fire. oakland city officials hosted a huge press conference with other local state and federal law enforcement which have been leading related efforts. >> there were 23 arrests and in those arrests we have seized 55 firearms that included four assault weapons. >> reporter: afterward, mayor quan told us that it was meant as a warning to those offenders. >> it's basically a warning to those people that are out of control. >> reporter: how officials weighed in on the gun control debate. i'm john sasaki, ktvu news. >>> a man pled not guilty to charges that he planned to set off a car bomb. leneza is charged with the use of an explosive weapon. he took what he thought was a real bomb last month and tried to detonate it during -- detonate it at a bank of america. >>> a man accused of killing a 17-year-old high school student on san francisco's slope boulevard last weekend pleaded not guilty today 28-year-old brewer is charged with vehicle manslaughter and three counts of driving under the influence. prosecutors say he ran down chang. brewer could face 10 years in prison. he is scheduled
with the california highway patrol. the sheriff's department has been handling the city's law enforcement duties. >> they have so cared for us. i can't say enough about that. and we could never repay them for what they did. and then to honor us, to honor us the way they did this morning, that was pretty special. >> reporter: for the most part, many of the patrol seemed to deal with mainly routine incidents today. some people were concerned about the department's 94 officers returning to work so soon after such a personal loss. >> what do you do? and i want to just hug them all, make them feel somewhat better. so i'm just hoping they are okay out there. >> we've had some time to grieve. now we realize it's time to get back to work and protect our community. >> reporter: and investigators now say they are also looking for this 28-year-old local homeless woman, theresa johnson. she is an acquaintance of the suspect jerry muglay. she is wanted to provide information on the suspect. we'll have more on that at 6:00. live in santa cruz, robert handa, ktvu channel 2news. >>> las vegas police are looking
's decision to end telecom muting. the move came after marissa meyer checked the virtual private network laws. they use that program to log in when they work from home. apparently it showed employees weren't logging in enough and that led to her announcement last week that it will end in june. they need a more collaborative company culture. >>> they took resident insist the peninsula for a little ride along. they took to facebook and twitter for a virtual ride along. they posted pictures and documented stories on the night while patrolling in san carlos. >> it is a push to react with the community and show them we are on the same team. >> the more they know about the neighborhood and the people in the neighborhood, it is for the better. >> these are some from the event. it lasted until midnight. more than two dozen firefighters will report for duty for the first time this morning, the new firefighters were hired after more than a year of station brownouts and layoffs and $8 million federal grant is paying for their salaries and benefits. they took a 10% salary cut to help the department make
the change was necessary because of overwhelming interest by law enforcement agencies and the community. that interest was reflected today, when police officers returned to the streets. santa cruz county sheriffs deputies honored returning police patrols today. the sheriff's department and chp took over city duties, while the 94 santa cruz officers grieved for investigators, loran butch baker and elizabeth butler, killed tuesday in the line of duty. >> it's tough. the first time you jump into that patrol car or walk through investigations, you know, you go past the cubicles and the offices, i think that's tough. >> reporter: many people told us officers may see a changed community. >> people are going to be more likely to speak up and, you know, call the police when they see something that isn't right. >> reporter: but some point out this is the first time officers have ever been killed in their city. >> there's also a feeling of fear, because now it's happened. we know how it feels. so can it happen again? >> reporter: sheriffs investigators continue to gather information on suspect je
in oregon. the santa cruz sentinel is reporting that police say he never appeared on two law enforcement computer databases that track criminals because he was only convicted of misdemeanors. >>> the memorial for those two officers is scheduled for thursday, march 7 at noon at the hp pavilion in san jose. the service was moved from a smaller venue to handle the thousands that are expected to come pay their respects. ktvu will be covering the service live starting at 7:00 a.m. and will be streaming it live on ktvu.com. >>> a san jose man is under arrest in connection with a fatal hit-and-run we told you become b last week. steven harry heath was arrested for vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run yesterday. george black was killed as he walked along montgomery drive in santa rosa last week. witnesses saw a light four-door mercedes speed away. police impounded his car. >>> president obama said today that actually he laid into republican lawmakers a day after he signed into law the massive across the board budget cuts known as the sequester. >> it's happening because congress chose t
as this week. law requires a 30 day notice. more effects of the sequester when i see you next. reporting live, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> happening right now. president obama is nominating sylvia matthews birdwell as his new budget director. we're looking at the live pictures now. you see the podium and crowd gathered waiting for the announcement. burrwell served during the clinton administration and right now she runs the wal-mart foundation. this is burr wellhead. her supports say she was responsibility for a series of budget plans that throat surplus. also saithe o she -- she say she bring diversity to the cabinet. >>> it is 7:18. the chair of san francisco's republican party has been elected the first female vice chair of the states gop. party members cast their ballots over the weekend. at the state gop's spring convention in sacramento. it'll be to the muslim region. it accused her of sympathize. not a muslim. party leads have denounced remark. a big name california republican may be getting ready to run for governor. tells the chronical he is seriously considering running against now he
with other law enforcement agencies for solano county's first ever kouventy-wide gun buyback event. today police showed us some of the hundreds of guns they seized last year. they say the guns were used in robberies, aggravated assaults and other crimes. officers say they've already pulled about 40 guns off the street sos far this year. >>> the owner of happy hound in los gatos is vowing to reboild after fire heavily damaged the restaurant just this morning. the 42-year-old establishment is known for its hot dogs. the fire was reported at 4:45 this morning. firefighters were able to put it out in about 30 minutes and much of the inside of the restaurant was saved. owner dan drexler lives nearby and was woken up by firefighters. >> it looked like my life was going up in flaps after this many years. i've been working here since i was ten years old so it was devastating to say the least. >> the exact cause is still under investigation, but fire officials suspect that the fire started in a back storage area with a faulty or overloaded electrical strip. >>> a pair of horses is safe tonight aft
pretty much the budget cuts the one area not going to be cut is law maker's salary; right? >> this is interesting. they can't be cut. and you can blame that on the constitution of the united states. you can blame it on speaker john boehner. when he was a freshman and came to congress, one of the things he took up was to breath a life into an old amendment unveiled by james madison. supposed to be part of the bill of rights and you cannot change the pay until the next intervening election. that was put on in the 27th amendment recently. you cannot add or subtract from a member's salary except after the next election. these cuts should impact house members and senators. sorry, it's against the constitution. >> i know this was originally created to be really something the republicans would not want to do. and they are saying 50% of these cuts are coming from the military budget. is that ue? >> that is true, yeah. $42.5 billion from the military. $42.5 from the domestic side. in the end, there's a lot of republicans who simply want to cut the budget and they see this as their
not giving the eulogy and others will do this and i will talk in more general terms about the law enforcement profession and our community and i'll say a few things about the officers themselves. >> reporter: the chief told us there will be law enforcement from all over the state and across the country and there will be a helicopter fly over and santa cruz native james dish bin at the requeses-- durbin at the request of the family. pamela harris and governor jerry brown are all coming to pay respect as well as leon panetta. coming up, we will tell you more about these fallen officers especially one of them and what their special connection was here to the hp pavilion. janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> stay with us all day long for special coverage of today's memorial and the procession bring in santa cruz and our public memorial begins at 11:00 with the service then starting at noon. >>> now to developing news in san francisco, 2 overnight stabbings are being investigated and they happened within blocks of each other. two separate investigations are happening, here is march? >
middle loopholes let's make the tax the law safe for everybody. >> without a deal there will be continued cuts of about $1 trillion over a 10 year period. >>> in his first interview since the election, mitt romney said today that he regrets not being in the white house especially because of the sequester cuts. romney said president obama is more interested in showing pain over the cuts than showing compromise and he even compared him to the roman leader fidle who watched rome burn. >> look at what's happening right now. i wish i were there. it kills me not to be there. not to be in the white house doing what needs to be done. >> his wife anne said losing was a crushing disappointment for the country. >>> california republican party delegates voted overwhelmingly today to elect jim brulty as the state's party chairman. the southern california republican says he intends to revive the party's interest in the state. there was an historic election for the number two position. >>> republican delegates cast their votes. >> reporter: because of her religion her loyalty is to the muslim religion.
to cut congressional pay because of the standoff but none has been passed into law just yet. the average house member and senator now irning $174,000 a year but collectively their staffers poised to lose tens of millions in pay in just the coming months. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the superintendent of yellow stone national park has decided to delay the park's spring opening because of those federal budget cuts that went into effect on friday. the usual openings of park entrance in april and mae will be put off one to two weeks. that's so the government can save money on snow clearing from the park's roads. nearby communities such as wyoming and west yellow stone montana anticipate they will lose money because of the late openings. >>> the budget cuts are reportedly already causing delays at some airports. we went to find out if the bay area is feeling the effects. what we found in just 14 minutes. >>> today vice president joe biden took a strong stand against iran's development of nuclear weapons. the vice president told a powerful pro-iz rail lobbying group that the president is not bluf
, march 7th at noon. santa cruz officials say they made the move because of overwhelmed interest by law enforcement agencies and the community. the sheriff deputies stood at attention in honor of the returning police force. santa cruz officers have been grieving for their two deputies. >> it is tough the first time you jump into that patrol car or the first time you walk through investigations you go passed their cubiccals and the offices and i think that is tough. >> meantime, investigators continue to gather information on the gunmen. they are looking for johnson, known as lamb. she is not connected to the shoalings but may have in-- shootings but may have information. hundreds of people posted condolences on our facebook wall. if you would like to add our comments go to ktvu on facebook. >>> the chp says the man that led them on a chase is now in custody. it ended on highway 29. chp officers say they chased the driver of this white nissan pick up after seeing him hit a motorcycle and continue driving of the driver hit three more cars during the chase and attempted two carjackings aft
style ammunition. the law would bar anybody from owning hollow point bullets and other extremely lethal ammunition. it also requires them to know if anybody buys more than 500 at a time. >>> under the arrangement, two seismically safe hospitals will be built. one will be built in one area and one will be rebuilt on caesar chavez street. they are going from 555 to 254 and expands st. lukes from 80 beds to 120. they will be downsized from the original proposal and supervisors are concerned it will cause traffic problems. >>> they have become the latest city to pull the plug on red light cameras. they will phase out cameras and five years ago they at many int critics say they are too expensive and there is little evidence that they are reducing accidents. >>> tuesday sometimes tend to be the worst day. >> oh really? >> and other times they are worst days but sometimes i find tuesdays can be rough but we are here to help you out. traffic is moving along well on 880 westbound and as you move onto the mcarthur maze. it is just a wonderful day for everybody trafficwise. westbound bridge, they
, how people are now taking the law into their own hands. >>> the elderly woman of the -- the family of the elderlwoman is supporting the nurse's decision to not to intervene. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. . >> welcome back, the family of the woman who died at glenwood facility who died in baker's field died and a 911 nurse refused to do cpr saying it was against the policy. the family said it was our beloved mother's wish to die and she was fully aware they did not offer trained medical staff. >>> violent crimes on the rise and police want to teach citizens how to fight back. they are hosting a forum on crime prevention and some topics include what to do when you see a crime and how to avoid becoming a victim. it will be at the community center and it is free for you to attend at 6:30. let's check in with sal, we have w
is meeting here at the hp pavilion with other law enforcement agencies to do a walk-through for the funerals tomorrow. for those who can't make it to that office, it will be an opportunity to bid fare well to the officers. police officers are stationed outside of santa cruz memorial on ocean street. they are guarding the bodies of butch baker and elizabeth butler. a viewing will be held here from 3:00 tole:00 p.m. so the community -- 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. so the community can pay their respects. >> it will be a very, very moving experience tomorrow. one that most haven't seen firsthand. >> reporter: the two officers were gunned down last tuesday while they were investigating a case. their death sent shock waves through the community. it's the first time the police department has lost an officer on the job. between 12,000 and 14,000 people are expected to attend the funerals tomorrow. >> it's breaktaking to know we'll -- breathtaking to know we'll have officers from all over. >> reporter: they will travel to the pavilion and the motor said is expected to be -- motor said is expected to be a mile
understand offenders. >> that's when the governor's sweeping realignment law went into effect aimed at reducing the prison population. >> they are reducing penalties for violating probably under alignment. >>> now it's led to other problems how san francisco's mayor plans to help homeowners impacted by that large water main break. >> and 2 of the people caught aboard that stolen luxury yacht are free tonight. >>> there are more showers and even a chance for thunder showers in your bay area news forecast. ♪ roundup ♪ i want a weed free season, that's how i roll ♪ ♪ so i reach for roundup extended control ♪ ♪ with the all-new, no pump, one-touch wand ♪ ♪ it kills weeds dead and keeps weeds gone ♪ [ whip cracks ] ♪ roundup extended control ♪ i just spray them weeds, then spray them cracks ♪ ♪ the weeds are gone, and they won't be back ♪ ♪ driveway, patio, i just spray once ♪ ♪ and it's adios weeds for up to four sweet months ♪ [ whip cracks ] ♪ roundup extended control [ male announcer ] roundup extended control ♪ yeha with the new one-touch wand
law took effect in 2011. that's chaired to 156 a month before realignment. the realignment law sends lower level offends to county jails instead of state prisons. critics suggest sex offenders become more bold. >>> yahoo's ceo marissa myer is getting a hefty bonus. yahoo is reporting a $1.1 million bonus for her first five months of work, that's on top of her salary plus stock compensation. this comes one week after myer made headlines by ordering an end to worker's telecommuting. another company is reportedly following suit. best buy is cutting back on telecommuting at its corporate headquarters. the company has been struggling to compete with online rivals. they will require corporate workers to report to their offices unless they obtain a supervisor's permission. >>> media giant time warner announced plans to spinoff its magazines. the split is expected to happen by the end of the year. some analysts consider the magazine business a real drag on time warner profits. >>> president obama breaks bread with republicans tonight. what they discuss, and who picked up the tab. >> he did i
shows about 180 paroled sex offenders disappeared each month since the new law took effect in 2011. that's chaired to 156 a month before realignment. the realignment law sends lower level offends to county jails instead of state prisons. critics suggest sex offenders become more bold. >>> yahoo's ceo marissa myer is getting a hefty bonus. yahoo is reporting a $1.1 million bonus for her first five months of work, that's on top of her salary plus stock compensation. this comes one week after myer made headlines by ordering an end to worker's telecommuting. another company is reportedly following suit. best buy is cutting back on telecommuting at its corporate headquarters. the company has been struggling to compete with online rivals. they will require corporate workers to report to their offices unless they obtain a supervisor's permission. >>> media giant time warner announced plans to spinoff its magazines. the split is expected to happen by the end of the year. some analysts consider the magazine business a real drag on time warner profits. >>> president obama breaks bread with republi
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to breaking the law. >> orange city police officers agree. wstv spoke to an orange city police officer. >> you don't know the totality of the circumstances and you could be putting yourself in harm's way where it would be detrimental to yourself or somebody else. >> they arrested jose martinez and he has been charged with two felonies, including aggravated assault and shooting into an occupied vehicle. mckey, who police say was stealing food items, he faces retail theft charges. martinez in court said that he wasn't trying to shoot mckey, that he was just trying to mark his car. >> take the license plate. >> 911, what's your emergency? >> oddly, 911 calls came in from people who spotted mckey's car. >> there's a sports car, it's got the windshield in the back blown out. the guy looks like he's running from something. >> i guess it worked. >>> the gallon-smashing prank video has exploded all over the place on the internet, on tv shows. we at "right this minute" the first to talk to the guys about this prank. when we talked to them, we first asked them, hey, did you guys get in any trouble for t
sentinel is reporting that he never appeared on two law enforcement computer databases that track criminals. >>> meanwhile the santa cruz community is rallying to comfort the police department as it returned to duty yesterday. signs supporting police are up throughout the city and businesses are holding fundraisers for the families of the two fallen officers. $125,000 has been placed so far into a fund. >> the entire community is grieving. and i feel it is like maybe we've hit the bottom and we're going to come back up from this. because this town has been hit hard. >> ktvu has obtained new photos of the officers. one shows 51-year-old detective sergeant lauren butchbake wer his family and the other photo shows 38-year-old detective elizabeth butler in hostage negotiation training. >>> the memorial for the two officers will be held at san jose's hp pavilion next thursday march 7 at noon. the service was moved to handle what is expected to be a large crowd. >>> today more than a dozen people who can't afford health insurance are getting some much- needed care for free. doctors and nurses at
with each other, five sons, five daughters in law and 20 grandchildren -- >> isn't it tough when suddenly the secret service -- >> it is different, but riding on a rollercoaster. we were on a rollercoaster, exciting and thrilling, ups and downs but the ride ends and you get off and it is not like, can't we be on a rollercoaster the rest of our lives? no, the ride is over. >> chris: let me ask you about the months from november until now. were there tears? >> for me, yeah. i cried. when you pour that much of your life and energy and passion into something, and you are disappointed by the outcome it is bad. it is very hard. >> chris: governor, second-guessing? anger? depression? >> no. you look back at the campaign and say, okay. what did the president do well and you acknowledge his campaign did a number of things, very effectively and of course you rehearse all the mistakes you made and i went through a number of my mistakes and you think of the things out of our control but you move on. i mean, i don't spend my life looking back, it is like, okay, what will we do next. >> chris: we began
ammunition. the law would bar anybody from buying hollow point bullets and would require sellers to notify police when anybody in san francisco buys more than 500 rounds of ammunition at the time. buyers could face jail time. >>> americans for responsible solution is encouraging background checks. a group spent 6 figures on that ad and the senate judiciary committee is said to talk about gun control tomorrow. congresswoman gabrielle giffords survived a gunshot wound to the head in january. >>> he is facing a senate vote today and they have a lot of questions for nominee john brennan for the use of drones. they want answers about last year's attack in libya which killed an ambassador and they say the cia keeps giving them different explanations. >>> the president's approval rating dropped to 46% and it was 53% just a week earlier. they failed to reach an agreement which triggered 85 million in spending cuts. >>> jacqueline is life in our washington d.c. newsroom to tell us how passengers will be affected, jacqueline? >> reporter: they say longer lines at international airports are already h
of law enforcement vehicle plan to lead a 33-mile procession from santa cruz to san jose's hp pavilion where the public memorial service will take place. traffic is expected to be impacted along the route starting at 8:45 that morning. the motorcade will travel on highway 17 to highway 85 southbound then to highway 87 north to downtown san jose ending at hp pavilion. the public memorial will air in its entirety at ktvu channel 2. the service is scheduled to get underway at noon. >>> a registered sex offender is behind bars after san jose police say he broke into a woman's home early this morning. a 52-year-old woman told police she woke up to find a man standing over her bed. she screamed, and he ran. police say they found 29-year-old ryan nearby pretending to be an onlooker. he was detained based on the woman's description. police say camp was on parole for burglary and was wearing a gps ankle device and was monitoring a police radio on his smart phone. >>> detectives in antioch are renewing their efforts in a cold case investigation almost 25 years after the discovery of a decomposed
because he represented the central coast for many years. law enforcement are also expected. and another santa cruz native, he competed on american idle and he will be singing a song here. we will have much more and coming up in the next half hour. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> jeanine e-make sure you stay here for live team coverage and then the public memorial begins at 11:00 o'clock beginning at noon. >>> police are at the scene of an overnight stabbing. ktvu channel 2 morning news' tara moriarty is in the area of mission, what is out there, tara? >> reporter: we understand one man is fighting for his live at the hospital and another man is in custody. the closest intersection was blocked off initially and you can see an officers called quarry and they have informed us some sort of a fight broke out just after 2:00 a.m. and it was a big group and when people scattered there was a man down on the ground and he suffered stab wounds to his abdomen. police were able to obtain a suspect and he is not believing this is gang related and they are also saying perhaps the s
he is backing to prevent gun shows at that state-owned venue. he explained how the new law would work. >> so, what this bill does is requires that before the state can contract with any gun show at the palas, that the board is supervisors for the county and board of supervisors of the county of san francisco has v to pass a res thraougz in support of having a gun show here. >> -- resolution in support of having a gun show here. >> it will be high he unlikely. those who support gun shows say it will force buyers on to the black market. >>> the jury in santa clara convicted an engineer of three counts of first-degree murder. the attorney for skwreupbg wa woo says he was insane at the time he killed three extives in november 14th, 2008. he was angry because he had been fired. the same jury must decide if he was criminally insane when he committed the murders. >>> happening now, people in richmond are remembering a young man shot to death monday afternoon in the heart of the city's iron triangle. he was gunned down a couple of blocks from the play lot park where he volunteered every day.
law will be approved this month. >>> the former nba star flew to north korea and he bonded with kim jong il over playing basketball and dinner. later he called him an awesome guy who doesn't want war with the u.s. and does want a phone call from president barack obama. they should focus on its citizens and not on celebrity sporting events. >>> they want to help cell phone users change sporting events. they should be able to unlock them and use them on the network of their choice. right now people who use them are facing criminal prosecution. >>> a program is extending its reach from landlines to cell phones. eligible people will not have to pay for cell phones. coming up at 4:45 we will tell you who qualifies for this brief service. >>> i want to know, it is relatively quiet this morning. >> things will change but right now we have off to a good start and we have been hearing rosemary say the commute could be a little bit wet and right now traffic is moving along nicely as you drive through. also this morning, we are looking at the commute at the bay bridge toll plaza and live traff
here that have an incredible amount of experience both in law enforcement and with firearms have never seen one of these. >> reporter: leaders from the south bay say they hope to hold another gun buy back today. >>> hawaii's senators pushed for a rule. the rule would make illegal for people to take photographs of people on land they own or lease. >>> the oakland a's and the city of mesa arizona have finalized a 20 year deal. that deal will shift the team's spring training facility from phoenix to mesa in 2015. currently the ballpark that the a's will be using is home to the chicago cubs. but after the cubs move out next year, that stadium will undergo $20 million in renovations before the a's move in. the a's were the original tenants at hohokum stadium and trained there from 1969 to 1978. >>> new at 6:00 a warehouse sorts much needed supplies for students in the east bay. and what left these organizations just stunned. >>> and this santa clara county supervisor left his office in disgrace. the million dollars price tag the county is willing to pay to replace him.
all in law enforcement and public service. heavy day today. >> there were similar scenes during part of the bay area for the two fallen officers. >> three men still on the run after a bold bank robbery in santa cruz timing. police is a the timing of the crime was no accident. coming up at 5:45, the link it may have to yesterday's memorial for the two santa cruz officers. >> time is now 5:38. pink slips are going out this week to the toll collectors at the golden gate bridge. the bridge appears to move to all electronic toking. the workers losing their job are all time employees. drivers will need to have a fast track account set up to cross the bridge. otherwise you'll get an invoice in the mail that has to be paid within 21 days. >> looking at the east shore, how does it look. >> wasn't out there for too long. they did a graphic break and got it out of the way. traffic is recovered completely. westbound traffic is looking good heading out to the mcarthur maize. if you're going to the toll plaza it's still light which is good. we'll see what happeneds after 6:15 or so when they usual
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